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A platform where aspiring individuals can be interviewed and showcase their crafts on "Enter-taynment Views".

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Aspiring individuals striving to become known in the industry.

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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Comedian: Norman Towns


Tell me about yourself. What's your background?

Norman - I'm from PHX, AZ. I played sports throughout my entire life all the way through college. I played in Dallas, TX and my Montana where I was on a full ride basketball scholarship which allowed me to complete my degree. I majored in Art and minored in communications. Although I was very talented in sports, I've always had a comedic outlook in life and a passion for comedy. I would always make my friends and people around me laugh. I grew up with 2 brothers and 1 sister, but my mom would watch a bunch of other kids after school and I would always make videos to make people laugh and show my classmates, my teachers, and everyone I would meet. People loved them. Boy I wish Youtube was big back then. I started writing for some friends of mine that were doing comedy and would go and watch them perform the jokes and one day it'd hit me, "Why don't I get up there and do this"? SO I did and that is where my journey began.

 Well, you sure do have an amazing story. When did you decide to become a Comedian?

Norman - I feel I became a comedian in the first grade when I had a crush on this girl and I would always make her laugh. Or when my travel basketball team would go on trips and everyone would come home from school to watch SNL and Mad TV tapes all of the time, then would try to make my own skits. But stand up seriously about 1 year ago full time. I saw people making a lot of money off what I had been doing for free.

I'd say that was a smart transition. Why not get paid for doing what you love? So what else are you great at?

Norman - I don't know if I am great at everything though that's sound good. I have a lot of hobbies Basketball, Cutting hair, painting, drawing, Photography, music, and Producing is a big hobby of mine but my kryptonite's MATH. I asked my mom and she said I was great at surviving.

Hmm... seems like we have a couple of things in common! What's your future goals for your career path?

Norman - I plan on continuing to hone my craft. Doing stand up, Acting, and Producing. I would love to just follow my passions and I believe that your passions lead you right to your purpose. I just want to make a positive impact in people's lives. Make them laugh and be a good example that you can be anything you just have to be willing to work hard and if you love what you do, you will enjoy the work. So when it's all said and done I want more done than said!!

That was a nice closing Norman and it was a pleasure doing this interview with you! 

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Friday, March 8, 2013

JD2: His Current Journey

Check out my interview below with James Davis!

Where are you from? Could you give me a snippet of your background?

Hey, I’m from Buffalo, New York, but spent most of my life just 20 minutes away in a small suburb, Williamsville. I started out taking video classes in high school and I saw how serious I was about it, and it eventually led me to go to film school and here we are today!

That's cool! When did you first decide to work in the film industry? What are all of your skills?

Pretty young actually. When I was about 11 years old, my church started
broadcasting the services on television. I started out just doing little thing to help
out the media department, but once they allowed me to operate the camera I knew
it was what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. At least in some aspect. Its funny,
as time went on I found that I love directing music videos, even though editing,
camera operating and photography are other skills that I have and also enjoy doing.

That's amazing JD. Have you worked on any recent projects? Are you working on anything for the future?

I actually just shot a music video for an artist signed to island Def Jam named Cris Cab earlier this week. It was so cool to be given such an opportunity like that, and shoots like this actually open more doors and get me more jobs to do in the future. I'll always be working on something in the future, I try to stay busy by continuing photo shoots and editing other directors music videos. All this keeps my mind fresh and in that creative element.

I'm so happy for you! Great things continue to happen. What are your goals as you continue to work in the entertainment industry?

As I progress as a Director everyday and as a creative in general, I make new goals for myself very often. One of my biggest goals that I really want to achieve is becoming a signed Director. I don’t want to be your average director; I really want to be a director that actually has a following, cult or fan base. I’m just a very social person and I love people, and having a fan base is super cool to me. Also just having fun at all times while I do this, it can get very stressful, but if you have fun all the
time, it makes it that much better.

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Twitter: @JD2Pictures

Monday, February 18, 2013

Michael Shelly

Check out my interview below with artist Michael Shelly!

What's your background? Where are you from?

I'm originally from Bonita Springs, Florida but moved to Orlando for music. Been living here for a little over a year now working out of Plush Studios with my manager Corday Cardwell and engineer Mr. B The Blender.

That's cool. So what encouraged you to pursue a career in the music industry?

I've always had an interest in music but never really planned on pursuing it as a career until my senior year in high school. I didn't have the grades to go to a regular university and I didn't have the interest. I realized that music is all I wanted to do and refused to settle for anything but music.

Some things are just meant to be! How long have you been doing music? Describe your style.

I've been making music for about 5-6 years but was recording out of my bedroom at home until I was given the opportunity to work with industry professionals at Plush. So I've been professional recording for a little over a year now. I've also been playing and reading instruments ever since I was a little kid in grade school. My style of music I would say is a blend of hip-hop mixed with electro-pop, acoustic, and even a little punk rock in there too.

It's safe to say that you have a profound blend of music. Who are some artists and producers that you've worked with? Anyone internationally? 

Lately I've been collaborating with some local Orlando artists such as Roquois, Wankaego, & Andre Vega to name a few. You can expect a lot more collabs with artists this up coming year. But me being a producer myself I prefer work with musicians over producers. Working a lot with my guitarist Jon "Boston" Whynock. Also, I've been working with music producer AYO The Producer. Expect to see some production on my next project from him.

I'm very familiar with AYO's work. Are you currently working on any new projects or events?

I'm always working on new things. Everything you recently seen me release, I'm already 5 steps ahead of that! Got a lot of stuff coming out just waiting to finalize things before announcing any titles. But for events I always have random shows pop up out of nowhere. So keep your eyes open on my Facebook page for upcoming events.

I'll definitely be on the look out! What can we expect from you as an artist?

One thing I tell a lot of people to expect from me as an artist is to be surprised. I'm always trying new things and my team that helps me along the way is always pushing me to try new things. So expect the unexpected.

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Instagram: @michaelshelly

Sunday, January 6, 2013

Tyga's Artist, Freddy E Allegedly Commits Suicide

Aside from Freddy E being signed to rapper Tyga's label, he also made a name for himself on his Youtube Channel "Jerk TV". Apparently, he took his life after an online exchange with his girlfriend, rapper Honey Cocaine. Freddy E sent out tweets right before this tragedy,

Stories like this really troubles my spirit. If you are ever feeling to the point to comment suicide, please first seek help by speaking to a loved one or someone you trust. Life is so precious. My prayers and thoughts goes out to Freddy E's family, friends, and fans. 

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Evelyn & Chad back at it?

There has been a lot of speculation that Evelyn Lozada and Chad Johnson have reunited after being spotted together holding hands recently. Well, Evelyn has decided to set the record straight. "I attended a dinner with Chad's daughter, not only because I love baby girl like my own, but to support Chad and his fan appreciation dinner," Lozada wrote. " While at the dinner, several photos popped up on the internet of Chad and I holding hands, while in the process of blessing the food. The blogs made last night seem as though, we walked hand and hand into the restaurant announcing a reunion, which isn't the case." Now there is not doubt that Evelyn cares for chad, because they are friends. However, they are still separated.


Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Kanye + Kim = Baby Kimye!

Congrats to Kanye West and Kim Kardashian on their recent announcement that they are expecting a baby! These two lovebirds were together on New Year's Eve, the happy couple appeared together at a party in Las Vegas and Kim showed off her new little baby bump in a form-fitting, peekaboo, black lace Julien Macdonald evening gown. This is an exciting way to bring in the New Years! I'm so happy for Kanye and Kim. What are your thoughts?

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Jahir: Judgement And Hardship Is Reality

Check out my interview below with a phenomenal artist, Jahir.

Hey Jahir, thank you for doing this interview with me. Tell me about yourself. What encouraged you to pursue a career in the music industry?

I remember being in high school… it had to be my freshman year. A good
friend of mines was in a popular local group at the time, just being
around them influenced me to start writing. Ill admit I wasn’t that good
at first lol!! But I kept working on it, just because I loved the art form of
writing and eventually I became pretty good at it.

Well at least you admit that if at first you fail you must try again! How long have you been doing music? Describe your style of music.

I was 18 the 1st time I ever recorded in a real studio, so I would say
somewhere around then. My style of music is thought provoking and
very personal to me. I give the listeners insight about who I am while
presenting it in way so they can feel like YO! I can relate to that cuz I've
been through it.

That's exactly what the industry needs. More music where people can relate. What makes you different versus your competitors in the industry?

I bring a certain level of honesty in my music. Im not afraid to put it
all on the line. I Feel most artist are afraid on letting the people know
how REAL life really is. Everyday ain't a good one ya dig…every sky aint

And that's real! Who are some artists that you’ve worked with? Anyone internationally?

Nael Shehade , Flawless Tracks, 1120, Mike Jaxx, D-Win, D-Train, Yung
Air, D2g, Aye Burks, Cory Cache these are a few of my personal friends
they are all very talented Producers/Artist/Singers. I've worked with Dj
Ames from UK on a mixtape called live from the house of paid.

That's great Jahir. You definitely have a hefty Are you currently working on any new projects or events?

Im currently working on a self titled album Jahir ( Judgement. And.
Hardship. Is. Reality) and a mixtape called Who is Jahir. I've been
keeping myself busy with that. I'll also be launching a lifestyle blog very
soon. It's all rebuilding and rebranding with me right now with bigger
and better plans ahead.

I can't wait to check out the lifestyle blog. It's going to help your fans connect with you on an even personal level. What are your future goals as an artist?

I want to be able to change lives by doing what I love most…music

What a wonderful interview! Check out Jahir on Twitter and Facebook. Also, be on the look out for his new projects! 

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